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Uncultivated Vegetation: A Source of Insect Predators? - Ingrid Rencken
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[EAN: 9783838302089], Neubuch, [PU: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing], INGRID RENCKEN,ECOLOGY, Paperback. 160 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.4in.Beneficial insects occur within cotton agroecosystems in Australia, but farming systems do not always encourage their survival. Recent changes in cotton production, like the cultivation of genetically modified cotton and the subsequent reduction in pesticide applications, have all contributed to the survival of beneficial insects on cotton properties. Generalist predators can be found on other common crops (e. g. winter wheat, sorghum and lucerne), but the planting of such crops varies, depending on water availability. Little attention has been given to the non-crop vegetation (native trees, grasses and shrubs and introduced weeds) surrounding cotton fields and the role it may play in supporting beneficial insects. In this study, various habitats were sampled and the spatial and temporal patterns of seven generalist predators investigated. Potential resources provided by the habitats and ways of improving habitats were also identified. Finally, the movement of generalist predators between habitats and cotton at small (field) and large (area-wide group) scales was investigated. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9783838302089], Neubuch, [PU: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ. Jun 2009], This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - Beneficial insects occur within cotton agroecosystems in Australia, but farming systems do not always encourage their survival. Recent changes in cotton production, like the cultivation of genetically modified cotton and the subsequent reduction in pesticide applications, have all contributed to the survival of beneficial insects on cotton properties. Generalist predators can be found on other common crops (e.g. winter wheat, sorghum and lucerne), but the planting of such crops varies, depending on water availability. Little attention has been given to the non-crop vegetation (native trees, grasses and shrubs and introduced weeds) surrounding cotton fields and the role it may play in supporting beneficial insects. In this study, various habitats were sampled and the spatial and temporal patterns of seven generalist predators investigated. Potential resources provided by the habitats and ways of improving habitats were also identified. Finally, the movement of generalist predators between habitats and cotton at small (field) and large (area-wide group) scales was investigated. 160 pp. Englisch

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Beneficial insects occur within cotton agroecosystems in Australia, but farming systems do not always encourage their survival. Recent changes in cotton production, like the cultivation of genetically modified cotton and the subsequent reduction in pesticide applications, have all contributed to the survival of beneficial insects on cotton properties. Generalist predators can be found on other common crops (e.g. winter wheat, sorghum and lucerne), but the planting of such crops varies, depending on water availability. Little attention has been given to the non-crop vegetation (native trees, grasses and shrubs and introduced weeds) surrounding cotton fields and the role it may play in supporting beneficial insects. In this study, various habitats were sampled and the spatial and temporal patterns of seven generalist predators investigated. Potential resources provided by the habitats and ways of improving habitats were also identified. Finally, the movement of generalist predators between habitats and cotton at small (field) and large (area-wide group) scales was investigated. Buch / Broschur

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Uncultivated vegetation: A source of insect predators?
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Rencken, Ingrid

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Uncultivated vegetation: A source of insect predators?

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9783838302089

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Herausgeber: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ. Jun 2009

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